When Gov. Rick Scott signed his first budget in 2011, he made a show of holding up his red ‘veto’ pen to make a point during an outdoor ceremony in The Villages, Thursday, May 26, 2011. Soon he will sign his last budget as Florida’s governor. During his tenure, he has vetoed more than $2 billion in projects.
When Gov. Rick Scott signed his first budget in 2011, he made a show of holding up his red ‘veto’ pen to make a point during an outdoor ceremony in The Villages, Thursday, May 26, 2011. Soon he will sign his last budget as Florida’s governor. During his tenure, he has vetoed more than $2 billion in projects. Joe Burbank MCT
When Gov. Rick Scott signed his first budget in 2011, he made a show of holding up his red ‘veto’ pen to make a point during an outdoor ceremony in The Villages, Thursday, May 26, 2011. Soon he will sign his last budget as Florida’s governor. During his tenure, he has vetoed more than $2 billion in projects. Joe Burbank MCT

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